Spied – Refreshed Tata Indigo eCS shows its interior and rear sans camouflage

Posted on: Jun 11, 2013 - 11:34am IST

The refreshed Tata Indigo eCS is due to be launched sometime very soon, possibly even on June 19. While we have shown you a clear photo of the refreshed eCS’ front, an Indian Autos Blog reader has just sent us images of the rear, side and even the interior of the facelifted car!

The Front

Refreshed Tata Indigo eCS front

The first thing that you see in these pictures is the new color this Indigo eCS now comes in. It’s the same ‘Urban Bronze’ color seen on the Safari Storme and will add to the existing three colors currently available – red, white and silver.

Tata Indigo eCS front
Image of the current eCS added for reference and comparison.

That apart, the new ‘smoked’ headlights with the blackened lens is clearly visible in these images. The front grill has been given a generous helping of chrome and even the ‘Tata’ logo is now fixed in a chrome strip.

The foglights are of the same design, however, they are now bordered by a thick chrome enclosure. Apart from the chrome ringed foglights, the bumper design seems to be the same as the existing car.

The Sides

Refreshed Tata Indigo eCS right side

Coming to the sides of the car. The most significant change is the new alloy wheel design. Apart from being the most significant, the alloy wheel design is also a bit unusual (for a Tata). Some of the spokes are straight, while some of the spokes are ‘Y-shaped’. That being said, this design does look premium and classy.

Head to Page 2 to view the interior and rear of the Indigo eCS facelift.

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4 thoughts on “Spied – Refreshed Tata Indigo eCS shows its interior and rear sans camouflage

  1. Sanjit Roy says:

    The main reason i would never buy a TATA Indigo ecs is the tire grooves. They never make proper perfectly fitting looking grooves for tires. Tires are circular but the front grooves are elliptical ans rear grooves are hyperbolic. Very immature design. The base is also much lifted from the ground if compared to other cares.

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  2. Ayyappan says:

    I think the eCS looks a proper well rounded car, has a spacious cabin and boot, comes with a CR4 Diesel engine which gives 25kmpl and with the recent updates, it looks a bit more upmarket. The eCS is a better bet when compared to the Vibe.

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  3. Manish says:

    Tata Cars are like our highway Toll booths, once introduced it will stay for ever, never say die spirit in very different way. We Indians don’t have any option to skip these toll booths, but for sure we have many options to skip Tata cars.

    Serve new fresh products and get the numbers or else keep adding small things to ageing cars [ expecting miracles ] and then keep crying for numbers.

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    1. Pratik says:

      Rightly said Manish

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